myCenVal’s team has an extensive history in teaching, developing, and building STEAM projects in the Central Valley.
A4 and Coding
African American Academics Acceleration (A4) is a Fresno Unified School District math-based summer camp that helps students catch up and get ahead on their math courses. Students learn coding to solve math problems using the Edison robots from Microbric.
myCenVal has volunteered time, equipment, and media support for over 2 years. This is one of our favorite programs.
myCenVal offers support for FUEL, the eSports competitive league in Fresno Unified School District. Fresno Unified Student Engagements and Fresno Unified’s Technology Department have created an esports league!
Fresno Unified and myCenVal are committed to creating students that are job ready at graduation or prepared for college or vocational training. An esports league will help foster curiosity with technology, and provide direct STEAM career pathways.
Drones and RC Cars
Fresno Drone and Aviation Camp through Fresno Unified Extended Learning is another wonderful program that myCenVal supports at Cambridge High School. Students at Cambridge joined an after-school club to learn about STEAM concepts, competition, and technology. These skills will help our local students excel in life and their careers.
Students will be able to explore the world of aviation and drones! Our students in the valley will work alongside leading aviation professionals to solve industry challenges. Learn how this emerging technology is being harnessed and explore the world of aviation. This camp will engage students in creative problem-solving and spark interest in potential aviation careers.
Gaming Coding and More
UnReal Engine, Epic and education have teamed up with Fresno Unified to provide another way to inspiring, teach, and entertain our local valley students.
myCenVal will be supporting education through game development by creating 3-D learning environments. myCenVal will be using UnReal Engine and Twinmotions for educators.